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Carnival video series revs up cruise restart excitement

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With anticipation building for cruising's resumption, the new 'Can You Feel It' video series taps into Carnival Cruise Line fan favorites.

Taped at Carnival Studios in Davie, Florida, using the studio's LED screens, the video series highlights food, beverages, entertainment and more, with content shared every week with Carnival fans across social media.

Starting with spaghetti carbonara

In the premier video, Chef Roshan D’Souza whets viewers appetites as he prepares spaghetti carbonara, one of the most popular dishes served in the Cucina del Capitano family-style Italian restaurants.

Then it's on to drinks

In upcoming videos, Edward Allen, VP beverage operations, mixes libations served in the Alchemy Bar, RedFrog Pub and other shipboard watering holes while top funny men and women offer mini-comedy performances.

'As we get closer to resuming service, we wanted to remind our fans, as well as those who have yet to sail with us, of all the fun and excitement that takes place on board each and every day,' said Jayne Andrews, senior director - brand and advertising. 'These videos were so much fun to make and really got our team excited about bringing these activities to life on board and creating wonderful vacation memories for our guests.'

'Can You Feel It?' is being initially be shared on Carnival’s social channels, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Tik-Tok, and eventually will be added to carnival.com.

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